Coupeville begins season with shutout / Volleyball

A 3-0 win got the Coupeville High School volleyball season off to a good start as the Wolves blanked host Friday Harbor Thursday, Sept. 12.

The Wolves won 25-16, 25-6, 25-17.

Maya Toomey-Stout led the way with eight kills, nine digs and 11 aces. Hannah Davidson added 10 kills and three aces, Chelsea Prescott had three kills and five digs, Scout Smith dished out 26 assists and fired a pair of aces, Zoe Trujillo collected five kills and Raven Vick had five aces.

“Good to get first-game jitters out and expose some of the weaknesses we’ll need to tighten up and get a starting point for team and individual growth,” coach Cory Whitmore said. “We served pretty tough, and once settled in, we started swinging with confidence and consistency.”

Coupeville (1-0) travels to Anacortes (0-0) for a 7 p.m. match Tuesday, Sept. 17, and then plays its home opener at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, with Chimacum (1-1).

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